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Registering for WordAds

  1. I wanted to receive an invitation to WordAds, and every time I try to apply, I get the window that says you must be a WordPress user.. which I am.. and it says to login.. I try to and it doesn't recognize my login info. I even changed my password twice because it kept telling me it didn't recognize me!

    Any suggestions? I made absolutely sure I was using the right login!

    The blog I need help with is peggyw2012.wordpress.com.

  2. WordAds is only for those who have blogs on their own domains.

  3. Thank you! I was trying to go by what it said that in order to have the 'no ads' sites, that we'd have to upgrade. But if you wanted to make extra money on your blog, you could ask for an invitation to participate.

    I see that there is an ad running on my blog, now in fact. So, they did say they run them sparingly anyway.

    Again, thank you for your help!

  4. WordAds are only for those who have free hosted WordPress.com blogs on their own domains and whose blogs qualify to be accepted into the program. Will you please read this support doc so you are clear on this?
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/advertising/

    To off-set the costs of providing free hosting to millions of bloggers, WordPress.com has been running advertising on all of our free hosted blogs since 2006. Many bloggers do not know this because despite the fact they ticked the box required to get a free blog, they did not read the ToS. Many also do not read the advertising entry in the support documents after registering their username and blog(s). Also note that as the ads do not display to us when we are logged in, and as many use browsers with ad blockers when logged out, they may not realize they are there at all.

    To eliminate all advertising on our free hosted WordPress.com blogs we can purchase an annually renewable No-Ads upgrade.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/no-ads/

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